Thursday, February 21, 2019

TPH Staff Picks: Favorite Ads of The Style Issue

March 2015 featured some of the most beautiful advertisements ever in The Plaid Horse. Read The Style Issue in its entirety here & enjoy the advertisements!

Changing the Industry, One Show at a Time

By Elizabeth Lubrano Walking into The ASPCA Maclay Finals in 2007, I was only worried only worried about two things:  finding distances, and making sure my boots were polished. At that point in my career I had lost a lot. My finals...

Shipping Long Distances

By Juliette Beauchamp As many start to thing about winter circuits and show vacations, hauling your horse long distances comes into play. Not only must they be happy and healthy for shipping, but they also...

Are You WEF Ready?

BY MARGOT HIRSCH It’s the time of year when riders from all over the world gather in Wellington, Florida, to compete at the highly regarded Winter Equestrian Festival. Many come for months at a time,...

Investing in horses: Something only a foal would do?

By Scott Mahoney Before we know it, riding season will be over.  There are those who bear down and continue their routine of going to the barn in the cold and those who are fortunate...

TPH Interns Thank their Trainers

By Plaid Horse Intern Ivey Roth Thanksgiving is a time of thanks. We all know how hard out trainers work, and sometimes we don’t always show our appreciation. The Plaid Horse interns want to take...

#TBT Covers of The Plaid Horse Magazine, 2010

Today we #tbt to The Plaid Horse in 2010! Check the covers that year below: 

#TBT Plaid Horse Covers 2006-2008

A look back at some of the covers of The Plaid Horse from 2006-2008! 

5 Tips for a Healthy Thanksgiving

by Kimball Willson, The Equestrian Health Coach Most Thanksgiving dinners consist of a big rich meal complete with sweets, cocktails, and of course, celebration with family and friends. You can maintain your healthy habits during...

How to Have a Barn Sleepover

By The Plaid Horse Intern Olivia Stoeckel The Plaid Horse Instagram recently posted this photo of a Littlewood Farm barn sleepover, which generated much interest on how to have your own barn sleepover. Plaid Horse...